Some mind-blowing facts related to technology

  • Only 8% of the world’s currency is in physical form, the rest exist on computer only.
  • The computer in your cell phone today is million times cheaper and a thousands times more powerful and about a hundred thousands times smaller than the one computer at MIT in 1965.
  • The first web cam was used at Cambridge University. Its purpose was to monitor a coffee maker so they didn’t waste trips to an empty pot !
  • Facebook pays atleast $500 if you can find a way to hack the site.
  • The average computer user blinks 7 times per minute which is less than half of the normal rate of 20 times per minute.
  • According to a survey, most of the apps in your android device leaks your data, so be aware.
  • There is a website called “The Useless Web” . This is the last treatment for your boredom. If you ever feel bored please visit.
  • E-Mail was invented before Internet. Shocked!!!! ” I also got shocked after hearing this.”
  • The fact that keyboard have ‘Q’ ‘W’ ‘E’ ‘R’ ‘T’ ‘Y’ types of button: When keyboard was invented, it had buttons in alphabetical order as a result the typing speed was too fast and the computer used to hang. So, to reduce the speed of a person, qwerty keyboard were invented.
  • All the domain names such as Google, facebook.com were free until 1995, but now everyone has to pay for every new domain name.
  • ‘HP’, ‘Microsoft’, ‘Google’, and ‘Apple’ have common similarities-they all started from garage.
  • The house of Bill Gates (co-founder of Microsoft) was designed by Mac computer (Apple product). Shocked!!!!!
  • Three Hundred (300) hours of videos are uploaded in every minute on YouTube.

 

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